|Principles Of Political Economy, Vol Ii - John Stuart Mill|
Keywords: Political Economy
|Occupy Chico State - michael Perelman|
Brief synopsis of a talk scheduled for Occupy Chico State
Keywords: education; political economy; protest
|Economics, Ethics, and the Good Life - michael perelman|
Decoding economics by understanding how the subject mutates according to context and interest group served
Keywords: political economy; economics; marx
|Bloomberg Interviews Michael Perelman - michael perelman|
Hourlong Interview Regarding The Confiscation of American Prosperity
Keywords: economics; political economy; depression
Michael Perelman Radio Interview WORT Madison, WI 8 June 2008 On the roots of the current economic crisis
Keywords: political economy; economy; crisis
|Michael-perelman-interviewWithWbai-29july2007 - Michael Perelman|
Michael Perelman new radio interview
Keywords: economics; political economy
|Michael-Perelman-Interview with WBAI-29July2007 - Michael Perelman|
Interview on WBAI 29 July2007 on my books
Keywords: economics; political economy
|Observations on China - michael perelman|
Quick thoughts about China
Keywords: China; political economy
|Association for Economic and Social Analysis 20th anniversary plenaries - Rethinking Marxism|
Plenary presentations discussing the history and future directions for AESA and Rethinking Marxism.
Keywords: marxism, political economy
|2d-Interview-Invisible-Handcuffs - Michael Perelman|
Interview with Richard Estes, KDVS regarding the Invisible Handcuffs
Keywords: Michael Perelman; political economy; economics
|Michael Perelman -- Interview about the Invisible Handcuffs - Michael Perelman|
Interview with Alan Ruff, WORT, Madison, WI regarding The Invisible Handcuffs of Capitalism: How Market Tyranny Stifles the Economy by Stunting Labor
Keywords: Michael Perelman; political economy; economics
|The Political Economy of Financial Transfers During the 1930ies in Bulgaria - The Red House Centre for Culture and Debate|
lecture by Kiril Kossev (Nuffield College, University of Oxford) The seminar is led by Roumen Avramov (Centre for Liberal Strategies) and Martin Ivanov (Institute of History, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences). In Bulgarian.
Keywords: Financial Transfers; Political Economy; 1930ies; Bulgaria
|Michael.Perelman's Korean Interview - Michael Perelman|
Korean Michael Perelman on Manufacturing Discontent
Keywords: Michael Perelman; political economy; economics; manufacturing discontent
|Costs Of Empire - E. Laing|
The Costs of Empireby E. Laing. 2008. an comprehensive analysis of the global debt crisis within the larger political economy of late capitalism.
Keywords: economic crisis; political economy; 2008; debt; Marxism
|Giovanni Arrighi's Adam Smith in Beijing discussed on L'Infedele (2008)|
A short piece aired in March 2008 on L'Infedele on Italian TV, discussing his book Adam Smith in Beijing (Verso). In Italian.
Keywords: China, Global Political Economy, World-Systems Analysis
|On Cheap Wars and Israel's Roaring Economy - The Alternative Information Center (AIC)|
On Monday, July 23, 2007, Shir Hever, economic researcher with the Alternative Information Center (AIC), interviewed, Prof. Jonathan Nitzan about two recent articles which he co-authored with Shimshon Bichler, titled “Cheap Wars” and “Israel’s Roaring Economy.” Jonathan Nitzan is a professor of Political Economy at York University in Toronto Canada and the author of numerous articles and books dealing with the regional and international political economy, including The Global Political...
Keywords: Political Economy, Israel, Palestine, Bichler, Nitzan, AIC
|3rd Invisible Handcuffs Interview - Michael Perelman|
Michael Perelman Interview with Nancy Wiegman of KCHO in Chico
Keywords: Michael Perelman; political economy; economics; invisible handcuffs
|Is the Red Flag Flying? - Albert Szymanski|
A 1979 work. Argues that that the Soviet Union's foreign and domestic policies are socialist, not capitalist. Scanned by Red Commissar.
Keywords: USSR; Soviet Union; political economy; revisionism
|Heterogeneity, Power, and Political Economy: Some|
Heterogeneity, Power, and Political Economy: Some Current Research Issues in the Archaeology of Old World Complex Societies
Keywords: Heterogeneity; Power; and Political Economy: Some
|The Wealth of Nations, Book 5 - Adam Smith|
LibriVox recording of The Wealth of Nations, Book 5, by Adam Smith. Read by Stephen Escalera. An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations is the magnum opus of the Scottish economist Adam Smith, published on March 9, 1776 during the Scottish Enlightenment. It is a clearly written account of political economy at the dawn of the Industrial Revolution, and is widely considered to be the first modern work in the field of economics...
Keywords: librivox; literature; audiobook; economics/political economy
Downloads: 11,785 (1 review)
|Other People's Money - Louis D. Brandeis|
LibriVox recording of Other People's Money, by Louis D. Brandeis. Other People's Money and How the Bankers Use It is a collection of essays written by Louis Brandeis published as a book in 1914. The book attacked the use of investment funds to promote the consolidation of various industries under the control of a small number of corporations, which Brandeis alleged were working in concert to prevent competition...
Keywords: librivox; literature; audiobook; economics/political economy; instruction
|Essays on Political Economy - Frederic Bastiat|
LibriVox recording of Essays on Political Economy, by Frederic Bastiat. Read by Katie Riley. Bastiat asserted that the only purpose of government is to defend the right of an individual to life, liberty, and property. From this definition, Bastiat concluded that the law cannot defend life, liberty and property if it promotes socialist policies inherently opposed to these very things. In this way, he says, the law is perverted and turned against the thing it is supposed to defend...
Keywords: librivox; economics; audiobook; bastiat; political economy
Downloads: 15,413 (1 review)
|9. Applied War Economics A. T. M. Abdullahel Shafi - A. T. M. ABDULLAHEL SHAFI|
War economics has been considered as social science that analyzes the economy in terms of war, violence and destruction and its relationships with the economy which is determined by the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services, i.e. Economic growth. But the definition is not as simple as it incorporates issues like production, distribution and consumptions or national growth...
Keywords: War Economics; Positive Science; Political Economy; Traditional War Economics
|Comic-Con 2010: Comic Arts Conference Session #16 - Dave Maass|
Recorded by Dave Maass on July 25, 2010 at San Diego Comic-Con, the San Diego Convention Center, Room 26AB. From the official program: "2:30-3:30 Comic Arts Conference Session #16: The Culture of Popular Things: Ethnographic Examinations of Comic Con 2010---Matthew J. Smith (Wittenberg University) moderates a panel of graduate and undergraduate students (Kane Anderson, Evan Dossey, Melissa Miller Emily Saidel, Max Wassmann, Tanya Zuk, Cameron Catalfu, Pamela Geranios, Samual Kinney, and Jacob Si...
Keywords: san diego comic-con; wittenberg university; ethnography; political economy
|The Short Line War - Samuel Merwin and Henry Kitchell Webster|
LibriVox recording of The Short Line War, by Samuel Merwin and Henry Kitchell Webster. Read by Betsie Bush. "The Short Line War is a story that will appeal more particularly to the sterner sex, and we take it that the hyphenated name, Merwin-Webster, stands for two healthy-minded young men who have put their heads together and who have mapped out this story of a railroad war, in which politics form a considerable part...
Keywords: librivox; literature; audiobook; fiction; politics; economics/political economy
|Economics, Ethics, and the Good Life - with Q&A - michael perelman|
Lecture: Economics, Ethics and the Good Life with questions and answers
Keywords: economics; ethics; history of economic thought; political Economy
|The Unsolved Riddle of Social Justice - Stephen Leacock|
Librivox recording of The Unsolved Riddle of Social Justice by Stephen Leacock. Read by Sean Michael Hogan. This lengthy political essay by noted Canadian humourist Stephen Leacock was written while he was professor of political economy at McGill University. He argues for a middle ground between capitalism and pure socialism. Listeners in the early 21st century may find this 90-year old essay oddly topical...
Keywords: librivox; audiobooks; political essay; political economy; capitalism; socialism
|The Facts of Reconstruction - John R. Lynch|
LibriVox recording of The Facts of Reconstruction, by John R. Lynch. Read by Guero. After the American Civil War, John R. Lynch, who had been a slave in Mississippi, began his political career in 1869 by first becoming Justice of the Peace, and then Mississippi State Representative. He was only 26 when he was elected to the US Congress in 1873. There, he continued to be an activist, introducing many bills and arguing on their behalf...
Keywords: librivox; literature; audiobook; economics/political economy; history; memoirs; politics
|Voitinskii_1904_Istoriko-psihol_metod_v_politekonomii - Maria Spiridonova|
VOITINSKII Vladimir Savel'evich (1885-1960). Istoriko-psihologicheskii metod v politicheskoi ekonomii (The historico-psychological method in the political economy). It is Voitinskii's contribution on this topic read 22 September 1904 in the students' circle of the political economy at St Petersburg University. Published in: Referaty i raboty. 1902-1904 gg., St Petersburg, 1905, pp.376-402. (His next contribution - on the psychological premises of the political economy has been read there 28 Sept...
Keywords: Voitinskii; Woytinsky; Woytinski; Voitinsky; Voytinsky; Voitinski; Vojtinskij; 1904; economic theory; political economy; Sviatlovskii; Brazol
|Political Economy and the Unitive Principle - T.Collins Logan|
Beginning with an innovative way to define property, T.Collins Logan explores the moral underpinnings of civil society expressed by "the unitive principle." This principle, in turn, is applied to a method of property valuation and exchange that emphasizes well-being through community-level systems and structures. T.Collins advocates for design principles and several threads of evolution that must simultaneously occur in order to achieve a more compassionate and egalitarian political economy...
Keywords: political economy; integral economics; solution to capitalism; moral evolution; societal development; community activism
|What Do the Turks Want? - Peterson Institute for International Economics|
Caroline Freund says that behind the political issues, Turks are upset about the declining economy and the government's development priorities.
Keywords: Turkey; political economy; Caroline Freund; Peterson Institute for International Economics; PIIE; developing economy
|Peterson Perspectives: Slowdown in China: Did Chinese Leadership Drop the Ball? - Peterson Institute for International Economics|
Nicholas R. Lardy assesses the latest evidence of decelerating economic growth in China, saying that the leadership in Beijing may have been distracted by the recent political turmoil.
Keywords: China; economic growth; political economy; Nicholas Lardy; Peterson Institute for International Economics; PIIE
|Peace Radio April 21 2013 - Jill Maxwell, Sally Perrine and Palouse Peace Coalition|
This is the Peace Radio program for April 21, 2013. Features an interview with Peace Studies teacher Ronnie Hatley about his recent experiences teaching in Indonesia. Discusses history of U.S. neocolonialism and impacts of U.S. imperialism overseas. Also includes regular features: the Human Toll, book reviews, and children's programming by Miriam Kent.
Keywords: Peace; human rights; social justice; Palouse Peace Coalition; Indonesia; political economy
|How the "Resource Curse" Affects Stability in Africa: Part I - Peterson Institute for International Economics|
Marcus Noland, citing the recent election in Ghana, explains how the discovery of oil can distort and destabilize politics in the developing world.
Keywords: resource curse; political economy; oil; Africa; Ghana; corruption; Marcus Noland; Peterson Institute for International Economics; PIIE
|How the "Resource Curse" Affects Stability in Africa: Part II - Peterson Institute for International Economics|
Marcus Noland describes the problems that occur when a country's wealth in resources and minerals corrupts its political system, leading to despotic rule or violent competition for control.
Keywords: resource curse; political economy; Africa; Ghana; corruption; Marcus Noland; Peterson Institute for International Economics; PIIE
|Radical Interpretations of the Present Crisis - London 1.12.12 - Platypus Affiliated Society|
A moderated panel discussion hosted by the Platypus Affiliated Society in London: Panelists: David Graeber (author, Debt: the First 5000 Years) Saul Newman (author, From Bakunin to Lacan) Hillel Ticktin (co-founder, Critique: Journal of Socialist Theory) James Woudhuysen (contributor to Sp!iked magazine) Questions for panelists: Do we live in a crisis of capitalism today and, if so, of what sort -- political? economic? social? Is capitalism basically the same in its "laws of motion" and can it b...
Keywords: globalization; economy; political economy; marxism; anarchism; crisis; capitalism; capital; Marx; Socialism; Communism; #occupy; 2008; 1973
|Political and Economic Crisis in Ukraine - Peterson Institute for International Economics|
Anders Ãslund says the jailing of Yulia Tymoshenko is indicative of a range of bad political and economic decisions deepening Ukraine's isolation.
Keywords: Ukraine; Yulia Tymoshenko; political economy; Anders Ã
slund; Peterson Institute for International Economics; PIIE
|Volatility in Venezuela Threatens the Chavez Legacy - Peterson Institute for International Economics|
Barbara Kotschwar says the protests over Maduro's narrow victory in Venezuela's presidential election could lead to more political and economic instability.
Keywords: Venezuela; Hugo Chavez; presidential election; political economy; Barbara Kotschwar; Peterson Institute for International Economics; PIIE
|Global and Regional Integration in the Maghreb: Closing Remarks - Peterson Institute for International Economics|
Ambassadors Aziz Mekouar (Morocco), Mohamed Nejib Hachana (Tunisia), and Stuart Eizenstat (Political economy) made closing remarks on prospects for global and regional integration in the Maghreb countries (Algeria, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, and Tunisia) at a Peterson Institute event held May 29, 2008.
Keywords: Maghreb; Algeria; Libya; Stuart Eizenstat (Political economy); Morocco; Tunisia; Peterson Institute; Institute for International Economics; trade
|Looking at Landscapes - Jo Guldi and Simon Strikeback|
In Rust Belt Tour '09, scholar Jo Guldi and activist Simon Strikeback traveled the landscape between Flint, Michigan and Holyoke, Massachusetts, documenting the foreclosures, arsons, vacant lots, anarchist squats, community gardens, and revitalization projects across eleven cities. This conversation, recorded on the road in Western Massachusetts, offers an on-the-fly introduction to the phenomenology of landscape...
Keywords: landscape; landscapeyness; landsploitation; rust belt; infrastructure; political economy; geography; race; sociability; phenomenology
|Free Fresco - Anna Cordes, Martin Kraemer (Kra[Umlaut]mer) Liehn and Marek Zajac (Zaja[-cedille]c))|
2011/ project 4 - Salzwedel - FRG http://smotri.te.ua/249536 German Radio production from the freco workshop: http://www.freie-radios.net/42470 explaining words in the mural painting: http://www.archive.org/details/AutonomesZentrumSalzwedelWorkInProgress&reCache=1 Autonomes Zentrum / Infoladen Altperver Str. 34 D-294190 Salzwedel République Fédérale d'Allemagne 2011/ project 4 - Salzwedel - FRG c) http://smotri.te.ua/index.php?inc=const&under=17386 parts of its discussion documented at http:/...
Keywords: collective creativity fresco painting mosaics anti-capitalist art not_for_sale political_economy_of_social_creativity
|Im-material Siberia - Steffen Böhm|
'Im-material Siberia' is a montage of images of materiality and immateriality linked to the global political economy of Siberia. Shot on the trans-Siberian train in September 2005, the raw material presented is a seemingly never-ending freight train moving from east to west delivering commodities such as crude oil and wood. The continuous movement of these raw, industrial commodities is interrupted by a range of immaterial imagery that connects the exploitation of Siberian natural resources to t...
Keywords: oil; BP; Shell; advertising; immaterial labor; work; environment; pollution; political economy; Russia; Siberia; globalization
|Should the United Kingdom Leave the European Union? - Peterson Institute for International Economics|
Adam S. Posen argues that a British vote to opt out of European Union would be "lose-lose" for both sides of the English Channel.
Keywords: UK; United Kingdom; EU; European Union; political economy; Adam Posen; Peterson Institute for International Economics; PIIE
|White House Burning: The Founding Fathers, Our National Debt, and Why It Matters to You - Peterson Institute for International Economics|
Simon Johnson, senior fellow, presents the findings of his latest book, White House Burning: The Founding Fathers, Our National Debt, and Why It Matters to You, at an event hosted by the Peterson Institute on April 9, 2012. Coauthored with James Kwak, the book provides a comprehensive analysis of the current US fiscal problem and offers proposals for effective policy response.
Keywords: United States; debt; financial crisis; Simon Johnson; Peterson Institute for International Economics; PIIE; history; political economy
|Progress and Poverty - Henry George|
LibriVox recording of Progress and Poverty, by Henry George. Read by Tim Makarios. What I have done in this book, if I have correctly solved the great problem I have sought to investigate, is, to unite the truth perceived by the school of Smith and Ricardo to the truth perceived by the schools of Proudhon and Lasalle; to show that laissez faire (in its full true meaning) opens the way to a realization of the noble dreams of socialism; to identify social law with moral law, and to disprove ideas ...
Keywords: LibriVox; audiobook; nonfiction; economy; political economy; land ownership; civilization; culture; wealth; land; rent; economics; tax
|Storming the Opera House in Ukraine - Peterson Institute for International Economics|
Anders Aslund says Russiaâs ham-fisted tactics to destabilize Ukraine have backfired, and Moscow may now turn to tougher steps, including an invasion, to halt the countryâs progress.
Keywords: Ukraine; Russia; invasion; political economy; Crimea; Anders Aslund; Peterson Institute for International Economics; PIIE
|Karl Marx, The Capital (in German) - Wal Buchenberg|
Karl Marx: Das Kapital, Kurzfassung aller drei Baende, 2. verb. Aufl. Kommentiert und zusammengefasst von Wal Buchenberg. VWF-Verlag Berlin. ISBN 3-89700-430-5. 485 Seiten. 25 Euro.
Keywords: Marx; Capital; Kapital; capitalism; Kapitalismus; wage; Lohnarbeit; labourer; laborer; Lohnarbeiter; political economy
Downloads: 54,922 (2 reviews)
|Ocherki po teorii stoimosti Marksa (Essays on Marx's Theory of Value) - I. I. Rubin|
This 4th edition of the Russian original (Gosizdat, 1929) contains material not included in the English translation by Fredy Perlman and Milos Samardzija. It is the last, most complete edition of I. I. Rubin's famous work.
Keywords: critique of political economy; marxism; Marx; dialectics; USSR; Soviet economics; Mensheviks
|Bacon - Richard William Church|
LibriVox recording of Bacon, by Richard William Church. Read by Bill Boerst. This investigation of Bacon the scholar and man of letters begins with a look at the early days ang progresses to his relationships with Queen Elizabeth and James I. It includes accounts of his positions as solicitor general, attorney-general, and chancellor. The book concludes with Bacon's failure, his overall philosophy, and summaries of his writings...
Keywords: librivox; audiobook; Bacon; biography; economics-political-economy; history; literature; philosophy; politics; religion; science
|Stalemate in Ukraine - Peterson Institute for International Economics|
Anders Aslund says that the impasse between President Yanukovych and the opposition leaves the West little choice but to monitor the situation and threaten sanctions if human rights are violated.
Keywords: Ukraine; Yanukovych; human rights; political economy; Anders Aslund; Peterson Institute for International Economics; PIIE